Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 Dropping Packs On Windows 8?

Jan 1, 2013

Windows 8 on a desktop with Linksys AE3000 wireless adapter. I sometimes start losing packets when pinging to my router. Here is an example:[URL] Now using my tablet with builtin wireless adapter  (same location as the desktop) I got this result [URL] the problem is not my router If I restart Windows 8 desktop, the problem is fixed and pings are back to normal. However, next day I get the same problem back (until I restart Windows again).I have tried three different wireless adapters but it's the same problem with all of them. 

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 Will Not Connect?

Sep 9, 2012

I picked up a AE3000 for an older laptop, but it will not connect to any network. It is on an older (01') dell laptop running XP SP3.   I have tried using the disk and downloading the latest drivers on-line but no luck. It picks up all the networks around me and mine, but it says trying to connect and just can't. I tried it on another laptop and everything works fine. Is there an issue with this adapter and the original USB ports or XP in general? I have checked and rechecked the passcodes, I have deleted all of the profiles and started from the beginning again. I removed my anti-virus program as well as the last effort. Nothing I do seems to make a difference though.This is just used to access the internet on a laptop that is dedicated to a telescope.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 Lag Spikes / Disconnects

Aug 8, 2012

I bought a the AE3000 wireless adapter because I got a new DPC3925 modem/router and its signal is really weak. When I play games, it lags/disconnects for a second or two then resumes. Plus it also screws up my wireless mouse at times. I changed my wireless adapter back to my old high gain G adapter and everything seems fine.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 Can't Find Network?

Jan 29, 2013

My adapter AE 3000 can't find my wireless network. Other adapters can.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 - Invalid Manual Key?

Jul 1, 2012

I keep on getting this error from my adapter I am trying to install. Here is what I copied. 
Error description: Invalid key Manual
Model name: AE3000
Operating system: Windows 7 SP 1
Software version:

The password I had from my connection is correct. I checked it about 3 times, and it keeps on saying it is wrong? Does this mean I have to reset my router?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: Ae3000 - No Wifi Manager

Jun 6, 2012

Recently upgraded home router to Linksys EA3500 and a AE3000 Adapter for my laptop. Laptop is Dell Inspiron 1705 (yeah, it's old) running XP SP3. the adapter's drivers installed properly from the supplied CD as it negotiates and connects with the new router. However, there is NO Linksys Wireless Manager. It appears it was not installed at all. I can find no folder in Program Files named either Cisco or Linksys nor anything new in the Programs list. Is there a Linksys Wireless Manager included on the CD that should have installed?
Can I download it separately and install?I've disabled the built-in Dell wi-fi radio with came with an Intel ProSet wireless manager. Would REALLY like to have a new wireless manager that works well with the new adapter. Am going on vacation tomorrow and will have to deal with new and different access points, hotels, etc.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: How To Select Operating Channel On AE3000

Jul 18, 2012

I have an AE3000 dual band wireless adapter using the Win 7 Pro OS.  At work our routers all use the same SSID, but utilize different channels.  In terms of signal strength, the strongest signal is usually, but not always, one of the channels on the 2.4GHZ band (usually 11).  However, in terms of speed of connection and lack of overcrowding, the best signal is invariably one the channels on the 5GHZ band (usually 161).  My AE3000 will inevitably connect to the strongest signal (channel 11) even though it only slightly stronger than the signal on channel 161 and furnishes a much slower connection than that obtainable on channel 161.  Is there any way I can "force" the AE3000 to connect via channel 161 rather than channel 11?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 How To Switch To 5GHz Band

Dec 15, 2012

just got my AE3000 today.  It's working fine.  The box says "2 GHz or 5 GHz" but there are no instructions on how to select one or the other.  I don't even know which it is using.   How do I set this?  I'd like to make sure it's on the 5 GHz band.  

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: Ae3000 - How To Found Wifi Modem

Jul 14, 2012

Just bought this Linksys AE3000 Wireless Adapter. I followed the directions, run Setup on DVD....then plug unit it.Adapter NOT Found!Unit Blinks Blue light every 8 seconds..

Note, that when first plugged in.......Device driver auto downloaded...and said ready for use. I gather through Windows 7

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 Adapter Network Connection Failure

Feb 27, 2013

I just purchased 2 AE3000 adapters to update my wireless network and cannot get either of them to connect to my wireless network through either of two computers I tried. It hangs for a while looking for address and then I get the 'limited or no connection' note. But yet when I plug in my old AE1000 adapter into either computer I get connected right away. I've looked under the device manager and it shows up there, the LED lights come on and I see my wireless network show up on available networks. I am using the windows wireless manager in lieu of the Linksys one and as such I don't think any specific drivers are being used. I bought two updated adapters to start with is to keep current and NOT have problems.
XP Pro SP3
WRT350N Router

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 Working But Shows Same Signal Strength

Jul 26, 2012

I have a E2500 router and just got this AE3000 adapter.  Thought that would bump up the wireless signal for using my laptop at the other end of the house about 75 feet from the router.  The new E2500 Wireless N has been a big improvement.  The AE3000 installed perfectly and shows up as working properly.  It's just that the signal strength on my laptop shows 2 bars and the signal strength for the adapter shows 2 bars. 

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 USB Adapter – False Network Detection?

Apr 17, 2013

I recently purchased a Linksys AE3000 Dual-Band Wireless-N USB Adapter as an upgrade to my Dell Desktop Computer and to compliment the Linksys EA4500 Router that I recently installed. Generally it seems to work well and the 2.4 GHz network status typically shows speed to be 450 Mbps. However, I’ve discovered if the computer goes to sleep based on my power plan, when it comes out of sleep the “Available Networks” will show the network I’m connected to (2.4 GHz network) and a false network identified as “Other Network” with a Red “X” where signal strength would normally be. When I mouse over it; it shows Network Name: Other Network; Signal Strength: Excellent; Security Type: Unsecured; Radio Type: Unknown; and SSID: Other Network.
Initially I thought this was an anomaly caused by having both bands of the Router (2.4 and 5.0 GHz) set to the same SSID, so I changed the 5.0 GHz band to a different SSID and set my Media Players to access the new SSID. However, now when the computer comes out of sleep mode, Available Networks will initially only show the Router’s 2.4 GHz SSID and the phantom “Other Network”. It takes a while before the Router’s 5.0 GHz SSID shows up. We live in the country, so there are no other networks close to us, just my home network. It never shows the “Other Network” when I start or restart the computer and if I disable the adapter and then enable it, the phantom network goes away until the computer goes into and out of sleep mode again. Also, I uninstalled and then reinstalled the Driver and then reinstalled the Adapter using the Cisco Connect Software and the problem still exists. Finally, I disabled the Router’s 5.0 GHz network and the phantom network no longer appears under any conditions. The Dell (Atheros Communications) Wireless Card in the computer doesn’t have this issue under any scenario. On both the AE3000 and Atheros Adapters the 2.4 GHz network shows a signal strength of Excellent (5 out of 5 bars) and the 5 GHz network shows Good (3 out of 5 bars).
How to correct this issue? With the issues I’m having with the EA4500 and the AE3000; they are both probably going back to Amazon.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE3000 High Ping / Jitter - Websites Slow To Load

Aug 16, 2012

I purchased the AE3000 Wireless Adapter for my PC, and has been working fine until now. When I first start my PC, my ping starts anywhere between 20-80, then after I try to access anything on the internet it shoots up between 600-1200. It just started happening about 3 days ago, but now it has gotten worse. I can't play any online games, and websites are slow to load.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE2500 Installed In Windows 7 Machine - Dropping Internet Connection?

Mar 4, 2012

I am having problems after installing the ae2500 adapter in my win 7 machine had to remove malwarebytes and avg to get it to work but now it constantly has problems dropping the internet connection. I have to disable the adapter then enable it to reconnect to the internet. Are there other compatibility problems with this setup that I need to address?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: AE1000 Keeps Dropping Connection

Jan 28, 2012

I have a Cisco Linksys WRT120N wireless router in one bedroom. On another bedroom which is hardly 15 feet away, I have set up my laptop to connect to it via a Cisco Linksys AE1000 wireless USB adapter. There are two thick walls between one bedroom and another.
Neverthess I find AE1000 dropping connection all the time. There are times I unplug the laptop and take into the same room as my router but it still doesn't connect. The wireless strength constantly varies from Very Good to Excellent but no matter what I try AE1000 never connects to it. If I restart my laptop, sometimes it does connect.
All in all its very frustrating that two Cisco products can't communicate effectively with each other.
P.S: I have both my ASUS tablet and my verizon droid both connecting to the wireless router from the same room as my laptop without any issues.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: WUSB54GSC Adapter Dropping Net Connection

Feb 23, 2011

I'm using the WUSB54GSC on a IBM Desktop computer, not old, but not new by any means.  We have wireless internet through Comcast, and my room is on the second floor.  The router is on the first floor, but it's almost just underneath my room.  The internet seems to connect completely fine, but it will disconnect at some things.  For example, when I tried to go to mapquest, it was like it was flooding, and it dropped the internet connection.  I also play games online, and when I play the actual game itself (GTAA/Online) it plays just fine, no lag, nothing like that, but when I try to connect to Teamspeak, when it's loading the channels after it connects, it just drops the connection..

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: WUSB54G Wireless Adapter Dropping Connection And Locking Up

Mar 18, 2011

I have a Linksys WUSB54G version 4 adapter.My computer is running Windows XP, Service Pack 3, which is automatically updated at all times. I've been using the adapter for a year with no problems.
Suddenly, it's started loosing the connection to the Linksys router and locking up my computer so only a hard re-boot power-down will work.When it comes back up, some or all of my cookies are lost.
I've run several different security packages but no virus or other issues have been found.I've uninstalled the adapter and reinstalled it.Last time, following something I read on this site, I installed it without the Linksys software, just the drivers.

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: Windows 7 / 64 Will Not See WMP54G?

Dec 24, 2011

making Windows 7 do what it's supposed to? Seriously, there needs to be a button you can click to roll it completely back to XP.

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Jan 29, 2011

Trying to install on Wi 7 32 bit.  When starting driver installation I receive an ACCESS DENIED error and the driver does not install.

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Apr 7, 2013

i cant install it in the windows 8 its tall me 'the data is invold' and i try all put out and bring in all?

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: WUSB54GC Windows 7 64 Drivers?

Mar 7, 2012

I am having problems installing this with the cd that was given, so I went on the site to DL the drivers, i downloaded the zip file, but when i open it there is no setup.exe. Do i need to exract the contents to a certain file?

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Jul 9, 2012

We've been getting broadband through a WRT54G v2.2 router into numerous computers with WUSB54G v4 wireless adapters into winXP PC's for years now, but I've recently got a 64bit Win7 PC which needs internet connection. I spent all day today trying to find drivers, workarounds and god knows what for the WUSB54G v4 which (I'm pretty sure now ) don't exist for a 64bit system.
How do I get internet into this Windows 7 PC? Will I just need to get a new adapter? (and will it be compatible with the current router?) I don't especially want to get a new router and several new adapters just because we have one new Win7 PC... If I do just need to get a new adapter, in terms of performance/compatibility?
Oh, and how ancient is the hardware we actually have, and does/will it effect the internet in any way? 

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: Windows 7 64 Bit Driver For WMP300N?

Jul 12, 2010

Here is my answer to the lack of support from Cisco:
[URL] I am presently using this driver to connect.

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Jan 20, 2012

Just picked up a WEC600N Wireless N Express Card and installed. It's working, but it's connected at 54mb and I cannot find out how to configure the wireless settings. I think I am using the Intel Proset wireless software.
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Jul 23, 2012

I installed Windows 7 Ultimate on my computer, and I cannot get my Linksys to work on it, the light doesn't light but it shows up in device manager. I've tried using Vista 32-bit drivers but it doesn't work at all, I am thinking it isn't a driver issue at all because it shows that the driver is up to date.

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Aug 26, 2011

I have tried to install a usb network adapter wusb100 ver.2 under win7 x64 and win7 x64 sp1(two different machines). I have installed and downloaded  the latest drivers ( Driver11/09/2009 Ver. (64-bit)). Device manager reports everything is fine, but i can't find the adapter anywhere in the Network and Sharing Center on both machines, not even if i run ipconfig it won't show up. As a result of course there is no wireless connection available. Although adapter has worked fine when tested under win7 x32. But win7 x32 is not my case.

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Jun 5, 2011

Is there a driver or will there be a driver to work with WUSB300n adapter running Windows 7 64-bit Home Pro edition ?

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Oct 23, 2009

I've noticed that my WUSB54GSC is completely unsupported by Windows 7, nor has Linksys published any new drivers.  From browsing these forums and the internet, many other Linksys users are experiencing much trouble with getting their wireless adapters to work with Windows 7.So please, Cisco, publish new Windows 7 drivers...  I'm completely taken back that there is nothing to do with Windows 7 anywhere on your site, and disappointed at none of your products being ready for the new Operating System.  Im stuck with a useless router.  I've tried for hours and hours to try random fixes i found on the internet, force install drivers preloaded on Windows 7, and force install the out of date Linksys no avail.  I still need to activate my Windows 7 online, and i can't activate it if my wireless adapter doesn't work.  I will keep this in mind when i purchase routers/adapters in the future.   I've already tried using the ra-link drivers to get my adapter working, but every time i get a "code 10" error stating that "This device cannot start".  Any driver that i do install from Windows 7 pre loaded drivers ends up giving me that error.  And all the out-of-date linksys drivers don't even successfully install the drivers...  

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Dec 27, 2012

After update at win 8 I had problems with the functionality of the WUSB300N. I installed manually the old driver and I have now the limited network and I can not use it.

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May 2, 2010

Does the AE1000 Adapter support Windows Pro 64 bit? If it doesn't, is there any Linksys adapter that does?

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May 4, 2011

I have just bought the aforementioned Wi-Fi adapter. I have installed driver for it, and in Device manager in General tab I can see that "This device is working properly". owever, the corresponding connection in Network Connections is disabled, and I can't enable it. When try to "Set up a new network" - I only see a blank window with no devices listed. Windows network Diagnostics says: There might be a problem with the driver for the Wireless Network Connection adapterDetected

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Linksys Wireless Adapters :: WMP54GX PCI - No Drivers Available For Windows 7

Nov 16, 2009

So I have a (relatively) old WMP54GX PCI adapter that used to work great under XP.  However I moved and was able to put my computer right next to my router so I no longer needed to use the adapter.  Fast forward about three years later, I now have Windows 7 installed and need to use to adapter again, but unfortunately it doesn't seem to be working.  The drivers never seem to finish installing after reboot, and I'm not sure what I should be doing.  I noticed the most "recent" driver was released in 2006, so it doesn't look like there's even one available for Vista, let alone Windows 7.
Am I looking in the wrong place for the drivers, or is Linksys really not supporting their slightly older hardware on new operating systems?  If there are no drivers available, any ways to get it working in Windows 7?

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Mar 11, 2013

Are there any updated drivers for the AE1200 on windows 8?   in win 8, I'm no seeing both bands - only 2.4Ghz and I'm only connecting at 54Mhz. 
The disc that came with it has V5.100.68.46  which seem to be the lastest on the support site.

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